Show Dog Universal duo Native Run's new single “Good On You" is one of those songs that is instantly likable. Written by Native Run members Rachel Beauregard and Bryan Dawley along with Steve Mokler, and produced by Luke Laird, the song immediately grabs you at the instrumental introduction and keeps you swayin' and singin' through the verses and chorus.
Rachel's vocals displays the conviction of a woman who, while taught to not make the first move, is eschewing that advice to take a chance and approach a certain someone. The layered instrumentation and the duo's harmonies bring the well written lyrics of the song to life.
It’s a cute, fun, fresh debut single that makes one look forward to more from Native Run.
"I think I'd look good on you
Boy I can’t help it I just do
Like a sunset on the water
Flower in the hair of a preacher’s daughter
Jet black on an old corvette
A memory on your mind you don’t wanna forget
Tell me, tell me
Do you feel the way I do?
‘Cause I think I'd look good on you"
Watch the “Good On You” lyric video
The single is available at all digital retailers